Foska Oats, founding sponsor of the Jamaica Tallawahs, is back on board for the third year in a row. John Ramson, Chairman of Caribbean Foods Limited said, “We look forward to this year’s staging of the Caribbean Premier League. The last two years recorded resounding successes. We are confident thatJamaicans will wholeheartedly support their team and we hope that the Tallawahs will bring home the CPL Trophy. Foska Oats is honoured to play a pivotal role in these games.”
The West Indies players managed to pull one back when they defeated South Africa in their fourth ODI in Port Elizabeth on Sunday January 25, 2015.Chasing what many regarded as a somewhat challenging total, the Windies led by superhero, Jamaica’s Andre Russell who steadied the ship , secured for themselves a one-wicket morale-boosting victory.
West Indies last won an ODI against South Africa, in Jaipur in 2006. Since then, they have had 15 losses and a tie. This victory provided Jason Holder with his first in charge of West Indies.
Photo: Andre Russell
It was another day of heroics from the Jamaica Tallawahs “Superman” Andre Russell , as the allrounder produced another fantastic late order batting display to help the defending champions pull off a nail biting win over the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League T-20 play-offs on Wednesday.
Photo: Andre Russell takes a brilliant catch falling backwards for the Jamaica Tallawahs against the Guyana Amazon Warriors yesterday. Russell held three catches, took one wicket and blasted 58 runs including a six off the last delivery to help his team secure a win.
A magnificent unbeaten knock of 58 from 24 deliveries by Andre Russell gave the Jamaica Tallawahs a last gasp win over the Guyana Amazon Warriors at Sabina Park in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League on Saturday. It was the third win in a row for the Tallawahs over the Warriors and their second this season.